Friday, November 23, 2012

Event Update For 2012-11-22

Link to full hypothesis

Summary of Hypothesis:
The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.


A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species, including sea mammals.
C. More and more MULTIPLES of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Recent Events Matching Predictions:

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.

2012-11-22 - Massive fire hits Thermalito Pumping-Generating Plant on the Feather River (California):

Quote: "The facility is run by the State Water Project, which delivers water to more than 25 million Californians and nearly 1 million acres of irrigated farmland."

2012-11-22 - Boat bursts into flame at boatyard in coastal Babylon Village (New York), fire spreads to 2 more boats, 1 injured:

2012-11-22 - Three police cruisers burst into flame in Norwich (Vermont), totally destroyed:

Note: First they said they detected that an accelerant had been used and thus they were considering this an arson. Then they took that back and said it wasn't suspicious. What I think happened was, they DID detect that an accelerant had been used. Both hydrogen sulfide and methane, being highly flammable, are accelerants. But then the police probably watched surveillance video and SAW that the cruisers simply burst into flame. Most likely one burst into flame and that ignited the other two. This is why investigators are leaning toward arson so much - they're seeing evidence of accelerants. Yes, there is, that's true, but there are no ARSONISTS in many of these cases, because PEOPLE aren't involved with applying and igniting the accelerants...

2012-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on the 710 Freeway in Long Beach (California):

2012-11-22 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on I-696 in Warren (Michigan), nice pic:

2012-11-22 - RV bursts into flame at residence in coastal Vancouver (Canada), fire damages nearby home:

Quote: "Homeowners told investigators they heard an explosion and looked out to see the fire already raging..."

Note: The RV owners weren't home at the time. That's gotta be scary. You hear an explosion and look out the window and your neighbor's RV is engulfed in fire right next to your home...

2012-11-22 - Van bursts into flame outside home in coastal Cape Coral (Florida):

2012-11-22 - Van burns and explodes on York Highway in Gaston County (North Carolina), fire spreads to nearby woods:

2012-11-22 - Car bursts into flame on I-5 in Castaic (California):

2012-11-22 - Car bursts into flame in Walmart parking lot in Fremont (California):

2012-11-22 - Car bursts into flame on Belfast Road in Newry (Britain):

2012-11-22 - Car bursts into flame in Efland (North Carolina), fire spreads to home:

2012-11-22 - Car bursts into flame outside home in Frankton (New Zealand):

2012-11-22 - Fire breaks out at high-rise in Chicago (Illinois), near Lake Michigan, 5 injured:,0,1351496.story

Quote: "The fire broke out around 9:30 a.m. at 1633 W. Madison St., apparently in bedding in an apartment on the 9th floor, officials said."

Note: Did the bedding spontaneously combust? Bedding is made of absorbent material and would absorb hydrogen sulfide and/or methane if residents leave their windows open and any blows inside. A pillow burst into flame beneath a child and that fire destroyed their home in Deer River (Minnesota), as mentioned in the 2012-09-09 update. And we just saw another high-rise fire a few days ago, when a fire tore through a tower at the Jumeirah Lakes Towers in coastal Dubai, as mentioned in the 2012-11-17 update...

2012-11-22 - Large garage erupts in flame in Stafford Springs (Connecticut):

Note: Any vehicles or tractors in there?

2012-11-22 - Roof of Ramada Inn bursts into flame in Bordenton Township (New Jersey), hotel evacuated:

Note: Bordenton Township is just east of the Delaware River, Van Sciver Lake, Manor Lake and many other bodies of water...

2012-11-22 - Explosion heard, then fire breaks out in field in Blendon Township (Michigan):

Quote: "Several calls were made to emergency dispatch, reporting black smoke and a 'loud explosion' before the flames broke out..."

Note: Gas plume found an ignition source in or near that field. Could have been a transformer or perhaps a cigarette butt that was still hot enough to ignite passing hydrogen sulfide and/or methane, or some copper like an old (real copper) penny laying in the field, or a rusty iron pipe or piece of rusted steel, something like that. (Rusted iron/steel can ignite hydrogen sulfide without a heat source.) Good thing it wasn't a big plume or that whole town could have been turned into a smoldering crater...

2012-11-22 - Transformer bursts into flame, catches tree on fire, in Montgomery County (Ohio):

2012-11-22 - Home burns twice in one day in Okolona (Kentucky):

2012-11-22 - Apartment building ravaged by fire in coastal Skyway (Washington), dozens rendered homeless:

2012-11-22 - Blaze tears through apartment building in Wheaton (Missouri), near Capps Creek, 5 killed:,0,4689833.story

2012-11-22 - Fire starts in basement, spreads, destroys apartment building in Montezuma (Iowa):

Note: Basement, where a heavier-than-air gas like hydrogen sulfide will accumulate until fire erupts...

2012-11-22 - Fire starts in basement, spreads, damages unoccupied home in coastal Portland (Oregon):

Note: Another basement fire erupting, nobody home at the time. This is going to become even more commonplace than it already has...

2012-11-22 - Fire starts in basement at apartment building in Fort Wayne (Indiana), residents flee:

Note: Seeing the trend? Kinda hard to miss...

2012-11-22 - Massive fire envelops vacant motel in Butler Township (Ohio):

2012-11-22 - Vacant warehouse destroyed by fire in Logansport (Indiana):

2012-11-22 - Vacant home burns in Spaulding Township (Michigan):

Quote: "Without any power turned on to the vacant home, the assistant chief said it was pretty clear someone started the fire."

Note: Now you see why they're gonna be wrong a lot of the time these days. Their entire equation is now wrong: IF (NO_POWER == TRUE) THEN ARSON = TRUE. Hah, not anymore, not with wood, paper, cotton bales, cardboard and other absorbent materials spontaneously combusting. Maybe it WAS arson, but they can't be making that assumption anymore, at least not if they want to be proficient at their job...

2012-11-22 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Corsicana (Texas):

D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.

2012-11-22 - In separate incidents, 2 people collapse and die at parade in coastal New York City (New York):

2012-11-22 - Man, 39, found dead in bathroom in Surrey (Britain):

2012-11-22 - Fisherman, 35, found dead in the Tweed River at Tumbulgum (Australia):

2012-11-22 - Man, 27, suddenly dies at house in Chandigarh (India):

2012-11-22 - Man found dead on side of highway in Salem (Oregon), near the Willamette River:

2012-11-22 - Man, mid-30s, found dead behind convenience store in Prescott (Arizona):

2012-11-22 - Missing woman, 20, found dead in wetland area of Shady Oaks Park in Chicago (Illinois):

2012-11-22 - Girl, 15, found laying dead in building lobby in the Bronx (New York), near the coast:

E. More unusual vehicular accidents.

2012-11-22 - Massive 140+-vehicle pileup on I-10 near Beaumont (Texas) near the Gulf Coast, 2 killed, scores injured:

Note: Fog played a factor. Still, did we just start getting fog this year? No, we've had fog every year, and we haven't seen this before. This was clearly unusual. Brakes burning up as people braked hard? Power steering lines burning through and vehicles losing control? Tires igniting and/or exploding from brake-friction? People losing consciousness while driving? And what was IN that fog? As mentioned before, hydrogen sulfide is water-soluble. Fog contains water vapor. This is the third large multi-vehicle pileup in Texas in the last few days. There was a 9-vehicle pileup on I-35 near Troy, as mentioned in the 2012-11-20 update and a 13-vehicle pileup with a fatality on I-35 in Bruceville-Eddy as mentioned in the 2012-11-19 update...

2012-11-22 - SUV bursts into flame then crashes into house in Goose Creek (South Carolina):

Quote: "The 17-year-old driver of the SUV told police that she was pulling into the driveway when she pressed her foot on the break and found it non-responsive."

Note: Her brakes were probably already burning at that point...

2012-11-22 - Ten-vehicle accident on I-26 in Newberry County (South Carolina), 2 injured:

2012-11-22 - Two military planes collide mid-air in Palo Negro (Venezuela), 1 killed:

2012-11-22 - Helicopter crashes in the Bahamas, 1 killed, 4 injured:

Note: The Bahamas are obviously surrounded by ocean...

2012-11-22 - School bus veers into dry canal near Kadachira (India), 60 children and 3 adults injured:

2012-11-22 - Transit bus and FedEx van collide in Leicester (Britain), 1 injured:

2012-11-22 - Pickup and car collide, pickup overturns, bursts into flame, in coastal Harford (Maryland), 1 injured:,0,982449.story

2012-11-22 - Car hits concrete barrier, sign, curb, bursts into flame, at the bridge in coastal Stuart (Florida), 1 killed:

Note: He was driving on East Ocean Boulevard, near the Harbor Bay Plaza, across from the Sewall's Point Town Hall...

2012-11-22 - Car crashes into median cable barrier in Lexington (Kentucky), bursts into flame, driver leaves scene:

2012-11-22 - Car plows into building in coastal Mobile (Alabama):

2012-11-22 - Car veers off road, overturns, in Clay County (Florida), near Green Cove Springs, 1 killed:

2012-11-22 - Car overturns, bursts into flame, near Hamilton (New Zealand), 1 killed, 1 injured:

'Zombie' Files:

2012-11-22 - Man attacks people on bus in Chicago (Illinois), strips off clothes, threatens cop, gets shot:

Quote: "As the man noticed that a police officer was approaching the bus, he took off some of his clothing and was flailing his arms at the police officer in a threatening manner..."

Note: Very similar to the original face-eater incident in Florida: the irrational violence, the stripping off of clothes, and eventually getting shot. Another commonality: this guy was close to the Great Lakes, the Florida guy was right near the ocean, bodies of water, low-lying areas where heavier-than-air hydrogen sulfide will accumulate. This is probably all the result of peoples' brains taking damage as they breathe in neurotoxic hydrogen sulfide. This could hit anyone at any time now, so law enforcement just had 'anti-zombie' training in California a few weeks ago. I call people who have succumbed in this way neuro-zombies because the person who USED to reside in the body is dead, wiped away by the brain damage, but the body lives on, for a while anyway. This guy is still alive, but I doubt he lives very long...

2012-11-22 - Man attacks father with an axe in his sleep in San Antonio (Texas):

Note: This story is eerily similar to a story from July, where a man out of nowhere stabbed his wife in her sleep then stabbed himself to death, as mentioned in the 2012-07-12 update. That incident was also in Texas, in Highland Park. Texas is right on the Gulf Coast, and the Gulf of Mexico has had a bad and growing dead zone problem for years. Those anoxic dead zones are surely pluming hydrogen sulfide now...

Other Stories Of Interest:

2012-11-22 - HazMat event at county jail in York (Pennsylvania), 49 sickened, blamed on carbon  monoxide:

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